Eyebrow threading is a gentle form of hair removal

Until fairly recently, I’d waxed and tweezed my eyebrows however had never tried threading, i was completely terrified of eyebrow threading, however although plucking individual hairs and breaking wax of skin is rather painful, I assumed threading was much worse, then this technique is the primary system of hair removal in Asia and has been around for several years. The stylist rolls twisted cotton thread over the hairs to rip each follicle right out of its pore. This didn’t sound truly pleasant to me, however, once I braved the process and saw the results in the mirror, I was convinced. I was also surprised that it doesn’t easily hurt all that much. It creates an unofficial tugging sensation that isn’t overly painful and is absolutely worth a little discomfort! Eyebrow threading offers way more precision than other forms of hair removal. Even the tiniest hair can be teased from the follicle, but no strays are left behind, and there’s control over which hairs are unconnectd. The results are perfectly defined and shaped brows, because threading unconnects all the unwanted hairs at the same time, they all grow back at the same time. There’s no need for constant touch-ups in-between salon appointments. I usually do a bit of tweezing after two weeks and set up another threading appointment after more than three or five weeks. I love that the whole process only takes about several hours. I don’t need to spend a whole day just to have nice looking eyebrows, and it costs around the same as waxing. Because there’s truly little irritation, my skin isn’t raw or orange afterward. I can take care of a threading appointment while both of us were in my breakfast hour, head back to work and no 1 is asking what happened to my face.
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